LuAfter a short 50 minutes flight from London Gatwick, our duly adventures took us to Luxembourg a couple weeks ago, we took a short walk from our hotel towards the Ville Haute where main attractions are located. We sat for dinner at the vibrant and famous Place d’Armes. Then we walked through the nifty streets in and around the area and later at night return to hotel walking and chit-chatting. A detailed blogpost of our 48 hours exploration of Luxembourg will be shared on this space soon. For today, let us marvel at my wardrobe for Luxembourg.
Friday (Flying out) Look:
For a 50 minute flight from London to Luxembourg, this look sported was of rather casual choice of clothes (not a surprise!) but the rugged jeans and white tee combination did make the H&M red satin embroidered bomber jacket stand out more. With my hair in a half high-up ponytail, I finished out the travel-vogue look with a white tote and metallic brogue from Zara.
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Next morning, we fuelled up and got ready for exploring Luxembourg city. It was an eventful day. We went back to the old town to collect the city map then we headed out to the points of interests of the city. We went to see the unique Casemates Bock to see the underground tunnels in the Fort’s interior. We then walked down to the lower town in Grund. This upper and lower city combination is very unique to Luxembourg. We had a nice, quick lunch in Grund in front of the Saint Jean church. After ticking off all the places to see in the map, we came back to Place de Guillaume for dinner. Post dinner, we enjoyed an open air cinema watching Charlie Chaplin in the heart of the city Luxembourg.
Saturday Swirling in Luxembourg city look:
I brought this Jen’s Pirate Booty Senorita dress out for a spin while out and about in Luxembourg city. A mini navy velvet chain strap bag, multi-layer choker and pair of pompom gladiator strappy sandals were my accessories of choice for the day. The easy, off-duty summer approved look worked!
On Sunday, we had a choice to make either to see the American cemetery or to go to the must-visit Vianden Castle given we only had half day in hand. I literally kidnapped the beautographer from bed early in the morning as it was me who insisted to make the most by starting early for the Vianden Castle. We took a train from the central station to reach to Ettelbruck, then took a bus to arrive at this magical small township. We took the chairlift to reach the castle which was situated on a mountain top. we enjoyed the mediaeval festival which was taking place inside.
Sunday Look for a half-day trip to Vianden :
This appearance had me to go the little dressy, putting an effort route in Asos co-ords. Fluorescent pink lips and a giant pearl drop with matching stone details earrings drawn the attention. Matching white tote and pair of gladiator mid-heels finished out the look.
(Note: All outfit and accessories details are shared on the vlog I posted on youtube, link of which is shared above.)
Hope you’re having a great week so far and have some exciting plans for the weekend. Thank you for dropping by today and being patient with this long pending post!0